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Republican Campaign Edition for the Million.

CONTAINING

THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM,

THE LIVES OF

FREMONT AND DAYTON,

WITH BEAUTIFUL STEEL PORTRAITS OF EACH.

ALSO,

THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE,

AND THE

CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.

BOSTON:

PUBLISHED BY JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY.

CLEVELAND, OHIO:

JEWETT, PROCTOR AND WORTHINGTON.

NEW YORK: SHELDON, BLAKEMAN AND COMPANY.

Presidential Electoral Vote

OF THE FREE AND SLAVE STATES COMPARED.

We give below in a comparative table the Presidential electoral vote of the Free and Slave States. By reference to this table it will be seen that there is a majority of fifty-six electoral votes in favor of the Free States. With this remedy at hand, the question now is, how much longer will the Free States be ruled by the slave power?

Free States. No. of Electors. Slave States. No. of Electors.

1. Delaware

2. Maryland

3. Virginia

4. North Carolina

1. Maine

2. New Hampshire

3. Vermont

4. Massachusetts

5. Connecticut

6. Rhode Island

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7. New York

8. New Jersey

9. Pennsylvania

10. Ohio

11. Indiana

12. Illinois

13. Michigan 14. Iowa

15. Wisconsin

16. California

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35

7

27

23 10. Mississippi

13 11. Alabama

11 12. Missouri
6 13. Arkansas

4 14. Florida

515. Texas.

4

176

5. South Carolina

6. Georgia

7. Kentucky

8. Tennessee

9. Louisiana

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Total.

120

Free State majority, 56.

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